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Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility is an integral part of CDC’s culture. Being the sole depository of the country, the organization has realized its national and moral obligations with a strong sense of responsibility. Our approach towards community is not limited to financial support but is also a vital element of employee engagement.

Our philanthropic outreach program includes the following areas:

  • Education
  • Health Care
  • Employable Skill Development
  • Special Children and;
  • Orphanage

Our approach varies i.e. directly or through NGOs of repute. Every year we contribute 2.5 percent of profit before tax towards corporate philanthropic activities.

While supporting wide range of initiatives as detailed above, we believe in playing our role in strengthening the basic fabric of our society by contributing towards projects of fundamental nature. Since inception, CDC has sponsored many projects among which sponsorship for construction of a TCF owned school and a Cancer Consulting Clinic owned by The Indus Hospital are two major contributions. With such like engagements, our aim is to support the ailing society by uplifting the health and education to deserving individuals of the society.